click to show more information

click to hide/show information About your Search

20130101
20130131
STATION
CNNW 72
CNN 22
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 1
LANGUAGE
English 95
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 95 (some duplicates have been removed)
building. our susan candiotti is live in newtown where a meeting about the school is about to begin. and susan, what's happening there now? >> well hi, marty, as you said, it's been a month since the tragedy happened. and literally, there are signs still around newtown, in tribute to all of the victims, including for the 27 people killed, including 20 children, 6-year-old and 7-year-old boys and girls among the dead. and here at newtown high school, at this hour, a public forum is beginning, to decide what to do about sandy hook elementary school. you remember that the children are attending another school now. but again, what to do with it. do you destroy that school? do you put a public memorial, a memorial in its place? or perhaps a combination of those ideas. and that's in part what this public forum is about. to talk about ideas. marty? >> yeah, that's a very difficult discussion to even imagine they're having in that community. how are the people recovering? how is that town healing? >> well, you know, people are saying a lot of things about the healing process, marty. for exa
national correspondent susan candiotti caught up with one family that is battling the cold and a whole lot of red tape. >> three months into the cleanup following superstorm sandy, a lot of people are still waiting for repairs. and now they have this wintry blast, it's just adding to their misery. now, for some, their heat and power has been turned back on, but for others, well, they're still living with family or friends and still more are living in hotels or apartments being paid for by fema. now, the owner of this house is in a battle with the city. they say it can be repaired and other experts telling her it needs to be demolished. she told us how tough it is on her family. >> it's hard. it's been emotionally hard from the beginning. you first have the shock and you don't realize what's going on and then you basically go through the motions of what you need to do and what you have to do and all the red tape. >> it's just, i just can't take this any more. i just want my mom. i just wish my mom doesn't have to fight with the insurance companies and -- >> it's okay. >> i wish i could just
bad behavior by local sports heros. but now only on "360," new allegations. susan candiotti got the exclusive and joins us now. susan, you spoke to the attorney for one of the accused, i understand. what did he tell you? >> that's right. this is the attorney who represents 16-year-old trent mays, who is one of the two defendants in this case. and he tells me that on august 14th, this would be about three days after the alleged attack, that the woman that -- the young lady that prosecutors say is the victim in this case, allegedly sent a text message to the defend, trent mays. and here's what he said it said. i knew you didn't rape me. we talked to him about it. he explained it. here's what the lawyer had to say. >> i would like to bring up an interesting fact that we do plan on presenting at trial, is that my client received a text message the following day from the alleged victim. the alleged victim herself, stating that she said, i know you didn't rape me. >> what? >> she texted my client the next day, stating, quote, i know you didn't rape me. >> do you have that text? >> we
hook elementary school which now stands vacant. cnn national correspondent, susan candiotti is in newtown. susan is there any consensus among the people who are speaking about what to do? >> reporter: oh, marty, i think at this stage, people would be surprised if there would be a consensus. i mean, it's so early and so fresh in everyone's mind. after all, 27 people were killed during that terrible mass shooting, including -- including several children ages 6 and 7. and at this meeting, we heard a range of opinions about what should happen. this lasted an hour and a half. i was struck by the number of sandy hook parents who were here. one of them said this was such a horrible thing that happened that they should just tear down the school and instead put a memorial there. some saying the children are too frightened to go back. another parent countered that children should be strong and not hide from adversity and that they should be helped through this, that a school should be rebuilt on that site but perhaps also a memorial as well. but another parent saying, you know, we hav
had its share of deadly nightclub fires. our susan candiotti joins us from new york. susan? >> reporter: hi, miguel. you know, with so many advances in fire safety, these disasters should be easier to prevent. here in the u.s., it's been nearly a decade since the last nightclub fire that caused mass casualties. in 2003, 100 people died at the station nightclub in west warwick, rhode island, where the band great white was performing. pyrotechnics ignited soundproofing material. smoke filled the room. in 1990, it killed 87 people. authorities said the bronx club was operating illegally, two years after it was ordered closed because of safety violations. in 1977, fire at the beverly hills supper club in southgate, kentucky, killed 165 people. among 2,400 waiting for entertainer john davidson to perform, which believed to be an electrical fire went undetected at first. there were no fire detectors or sprinklers. at the time, they weren't required. the deadliest nightclub blaze happened in 1942 at the coconut grove club in boston. 492 people were killed. the cause of the blaze,
still don't even have basic utilities to heat their homes. national correspondent susan candiotti joins me now from staten island. i understand you spoke to a resident there who still can't get home. what is life like for these people right now? >> reporter: it's tough for everybody, randi. you can imagine it's about 15 degrees outside. with the windchill right now, feels about 5. all this cold is adding to the misery of people still recovering from superstorm sandy back on halloween. you look at staten island it's not hard at all to see houses that are still boarded up, debris everywhere, construction workers trying to get things back in shape. larry gonzalez, here's his story. his home was filled, because of the storm surge, with at least four feet of water. not only that, but a few hundred gallons of heating oil ran through his house. and you can still smell it. you can still see some of it. and he's in a dispute right now over whether his house should, in fact, be demolished or is able to be cleaned up. he just doesn't think that's possible. here is what larry told me. >> they told
. susan candiotti joins me live from steubenville, ohio. a number of people think there has been a cover-up to protect the members of the high school football team. what are you learning? >> reporter: you know, deborah, a lot of people here say they are not confident that everybody who might be involved has been arrested. and they want answers. well, ohio's attorney general is now leading the investigation after the local prosecutor here recused herself. there are a lot of connections around here, and everybody knows somebody who might be connected to the high school and possibly this case. and the chief investigator, the chief prosecutor, the attorney general says, he's not done with his investigation, but there might be more arrests. more details tonight on that investigation. >> welcome to steubenville! [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: next month's trial is the talk of this small ohio town. the teen rape case went viral when this video appeared on the internet showing local teens joking about the incident in a vulgar way. >> that's really not cool, but -- >> that's like rape. it i
listening to my colleague, susan candiotti talking about the fact that trent mays claims that the alleged victim sent a text message to him the day after the alleged rape saying, quote, i know you didn't rape me. are you aware -- first of all, were you aware of this text message? >> all parties have that information. unfortunately, well, fortunately, because we respect the integrity of the process, we were silent about that, and we were going to allow that to play itself out in a court of law. unfortunately, the situation has unraveled in a way that it has, and it's created an atmosphere that we feel is unfair. my business is malik richmond, and his trial proceedings are being threatened, quite frankly, hijacked. and the court of public opinion has formed, and their pride has been aroused now because typically we're all raised to protect elderly, women, and children. in this instance, you have an allegation coupled with a video that has zero evidentiary value, a photo out of context, and an allegation of a woman or young child, female child, and a rape violation. people are outraged and i
to watch. >> that's like rape. it is rape. i raped her. >> cnn's national correspondent, susan candiotti, is outfront tonight. i mean, that is -- that is horrific to hear. what is the defense saying? is there any evidence that others might be involved? do they know all the players? >> well, in terms of the defense, i had an opportunity to speak at great length on the phone with one of the defense attorneys for the defendant, trent mays, and he maintains that no rape occurred and he raised the question that if prosecutors tried to say that a rape did occur, that he said, if there is possible evidence of that, that he plans to counterargue, that if there was any evidence of possible sexual activity, he will challenge whether it was, in fact, consensual. he says that his client is the boyfriend of the alleged victim of this case. but he denies anything happened. >> he denies anything happened. despite what you hear there. they're going to say that's horsing around? >> he denies there was rape. >> obviously a big reason that anybody knows about this, the reason is because of what they posted
. susan candiotti drew the short straw and there she is. listen, are you kidding me? this is new york city. it never looks like that. >> reporter: don't you love that? this has to be one of the most photographed fountains. how are you getting the crystals and the water is still running? there are heaters in the chamber below that fountain so that is what keeps the pipes warm and the water running and that's why you get the effect of water in the fountain still coming down but when this wind picks up, the crystals form and that's how you see this. the temperature right now in the city, around 20 degrees, but that windchill makes it feel like it's about 8 degrees right now. there are warming centers set up around new york city. the very young and old have some place to keep warm and that is a concern because, as you know, ashleigh, there have been at least three cold-related deaths around the country in a few states including illinois where a man was left unattended in his trailer died of hypothermia. this is serious business. >> you're not kidding. the cdc has statics on the number of ameri
at an overcrowded nightclub in rhode island and died. if you can believe it, that was 10 years ago. susan candiotti has a look back at that nightclub fire. >> reporter: in 2003, 100 people died at the station nightclub in west warwick rhode island, where the band great white was performing, pyrotechnics ignited sound proofing material, smoke filled the room, in 1990, arson was the cause of the happy land fire in new york, it killed 87 people. authorities said the bronx club was operating illegally, two years after it was ordered closed because of safety violations. in 1977 fire at the beverly hills supper club in south gate kentucky killed 165 people. among 2400 waiting for entertainer john davidson to perform. what's believed to be an electrical fire went undetected at first. there were no fire detectors or sprinklers at the time they were required. the deadliest nightclub blaze in u.s. history happened in 1942 at the coconut grove club in boston. 492 people were killed, the cause of the blaze to this day remains unknown. >> cnn's susan candiotti reporting tonight. >>> very cold weather is expecte
national correspondent susan candiotti earlier why so many people had turned up for this protest. >> they don't think some of them that police have done a thorough job of investigating it. they allege that there has been a cover-up. now authorities and the city ensis that there has been no cover-up, that they are doing a thorough investigation and that the people that have been charged will have justice done at a trial coming up next month. but there are a lot of people here on both sides. they're staging a noisy protest here and many of them feel that the city hasn't done enough to get down to the bottom of this. we'll all find out as that trial begins. >> i understand susan, you have exclusive new details of an alleged text message that was sent from the 16-year-old girl to trent mays. and he, of course, is one of the boys accused of raping her. what did the text say? >> that's right. this comes to us from the defense attorney for trent mays. now, he tells us and it says "i know you didn't rape me." now he says that this was sent on august 14g but let's keep in mind here he did
players, a 16-year-old girl that they allegedly assaulted and a 12-minute video. susan candiotti is covering the case and joins us this morning right here in our new york studio. this is shocking. >> it is. good morning. the charges are horrific. a 16-year-old girl alleged lly raped by two high school football in the ohio town of stubenville. there were reports that the girl was drunk and possibly unconscious. now two special prosecutors are just of a month away from trying at least two teens on rape charges. but what makes this case stand out more is talk about the alleged attack last august has been playing itself out through social media. even ohio's chief law enforcement officer says this case might never have come together a decade ago. that's because police in part found out about the alleged rape by piecing together outrageous tweets, a cell phone photo that claims to show the girl at the center of the attack being carried seemingly limp by her arms and legs, and at least one online video showing young people callously laugh being it. >> what if that was your daughter? >>
in a court of law. poppy harlow, thank you for that. our susan candiotti has more on the latest details of the investigation. she joins me live now. listen, it doesn't matter what people say. it matters what the police have and it matters what evidence exists. what have you been able to find out about the gathering of that evidence? >> well, we won't find out for sure until we see watts presented at trial, if it begins as expected next month. the latest i'm hearing, ashleigh s that prosecutors and police have been able to recover at least a dozen cell phones, a couple of ipads that they've been going through an analyzing, going through by a team of specialists. now, the police chief told me that they got back what they could get back, saying that because there have been reports that some of the cell phone videos and/or photos were deleted by some of the people who own them. however, there is also information that other information was able to be retrieved by these specialists. so the police chief tells me that they did get some evidence from the phones. >> and is there an issue about co
with the sandy hook elementary school which now stands vacant. susan candiotti is in newtown is there any consensus among the people there, those who have been speaking, about what to do? >> reporter: marty, everyone has a different idea and we have been hearing lot of them during the course of this meeting, which is still going on. it's a public forum. one of the ideas even included creating a planetarium there so that people could go there and look at the stars. what was most powerful about this was the number of parents, victims and survivors, speaking before this crowd, some of them, at times, breaking down into tears. for example, one mother who said, "the children are so scared there, they shouldn't go back they should tear down the school, blood memorial there." another mother who had a different opinion who said that we must teach our children to be strong, that the children want to go back, that they should rebuild the school and create a memorial there. and then a father who spoke up and said this is much more than our children, something -- simply being strong. that we have to
or unconscious. that trial is slated to start on february 13th. national correspondent susan candiotti joins me from steubenville, ohio. what's the latest this hour? >> reporter: hi, marty. there's a big protest going on on the steps of the jefferson county courthouse. police estimate around 300 people or so. this is not the first time people have been staging protests. their main beef, as they see it, many of these people here, they're coming here for different causes. some are calling for justice for jane doe, the alleged victim in this case. many other people here are not happy with the way they feel investigators have been looking at this case. they don't think some of them that police have done a thorough job of investigating it. they allege that there has been a cover-up. now, authorities and the city insist that there has been no cover-up, that they are doing a thorough investigation and that the people that have been charged will have justice done at a trial coming up next month. but there are a lot of people here on both sides. they're staging a noisy protest here. and many of them fee
weapons ban through this congress. >> cnn's susan candiotti is in newtown, connecticut, right now. the people of that town marked one month since the massacre at sandy hook elementary school and discussed the delicate subject of what to do about the school itself. >> reporter: drew, tonight in newtown there was a public forum with many people trying to decide what to do about the future of sandy hook elementary school where the shooting occurred. and there were so many different opinions. do they tear it down forever? do they rebuild the school? do they put a memorial there? hard to get a consensus, but not surprising in this town since it's only been a month since the shooting. st. rose of lima church lost nine of its youngest members at sandy hook. a vigil drew thousands that first night, and then there were the funerals. >> i was this far away from the families. it was palpable what they were going through. >> reporter: how well are people healing? >> there's still a lot of pain, a lot of grief. when that's going to go away, i don't know. it might not ever go away. >> reporter:
in the country for cigarettes. cnn's susan candiotti has the story. >> reporter: in new york city, cigarettes are the most expensive in the country. up to 12 bucks a pack. >> so insane. >> reporter: some try to get around it. >> it's like $12 a pack so i have somebody that i know that lives in virginia, goes there once in a while, and brings me back a carton and i pay, like, somewhat like $6 a pack, i would say. half of what new york is. >> reporter: but smuggling large quantities of cigarettes across state lines can be lucrative business. the reason smokes are cheaper in some states. tax. in virginia, it's just 30 cents a pack. in this new york city, state and local taxes are close to a whopping $6 a pack. the average state tax is about $1.50. research by the pro business mcknack center and analyzed by the tax foundation shows more than 6 in 10 cigarettes sold in new york state are illegal. >> we have crossed the line where we have de facto prohibition on cigarettes because the prices are blown so out of proportion. and prohibition is associated with substantial, lucra pif black market activ
occurred all too often. some of the worst right here in the u.s. our susan candiotti joins us from new york. susan? >> hi, miguel. you know, it's been nearly a decade since the last nightclub fire that caused mass casualties in the united states. in 2003, 100 people died at the station nightclub in west warwalk, rhode island, where the band great white was performing. pirow technics ignited soundproofing material and smoke filled the room. it killed 87 people. authorities said the bronx club was operating illegally, two years after it was ordered closed because of safety violations. in 1977, fire at the beverly hills supper club in southgate, kentucky, killed 165 people. among 2,400 waiting for entertainer john davidson to perform, which believed to be an electrical fire went undetected at first. no fire detectives or sprinklers, at the time they weren't required. the deadliest nightclub blaze happened in 1942 at the coconut grove club in boston. 492 people were killed. the cause of the blaze, to this day, remains unknown. we don't know all the details about what happened in brazil yet, of
susan candiotti is live in steubenville. susan, good morning. you're learning this information exclusively from the attorney for one of the accused, trent mays, who you spoke with. what did the message allegedly say? >> reporter: good morning, randi. yes, the alleged text message from the 16-year-old girl who police say was raped in this case reads, "i don't think you raped me." now that is according to the lawyer for the 16-year-old boy trent mays, the attacker. he was the one that allegedly received this text. now he has not shown us the text. and we also don't know, randi, whether there were other texts that preceded this or followed it or what the tone was. we also don't know the -- actually we hear the timing of this which is also interesting, according to the lawyer, this text message was sent two days after the parties took place. however, let's remember the context of this. we've seen that blurred photograph. a photograph that was taken of -- according to the liars -- both of their clients carrying this girl who appears to be limp, carrying her by her hands and legs. an
susan candiotti has been covering this case. susan. >> john, the charges are horrific. a 16-year-old girl allegedly rape ed by two high school football players during end of the summer parties in the small eastern ohio town of steubenville. there are reports the girl was drunk and possibly unconscious, and now two special prosecutors appointed by ohio's attorney general, mike dewine, are just over a month away from drying at least two teenagers or rape charges. but what makes this case stand out even more is talk about the alleged attack last august has been playing itself out through social media. even ohio's chief law enforcement officer says this case might never have come together a decade ago. that's because police in part found out about the alleged rape by piecing together outrageous tweets, a cell phone photo that claims to show the girl at the center of the alleged attack being carried, seemingly limp, by her arms and legs. and at least one online video that shows young people callously laughing about it. >> what if that was your daughter? >> but it isn't. >> what if it
him. susan candiotti has been following the story. do we even know who his captors are? >> carol, it's not clear exactly who is holding bob levinson captive or exactly where he is and his family is getting more and more worried with each passing day. they decided to release these disturbing photos they received more than a year and a half ago because they are anxious and frustrated that not enough is being done to free mr. levinson. not enough progress after nearly six years. the photos were steent to a famy friend when they were unsuccessfully mailed, in fractured english it reads "why you can not help me. anothers fourth year, you can't or you don't want." the chains make the family worried about his health. he suffers from diabetes. he's a retired fbi agent who disappeared in iran. his family says he was on a business trip investigating cigarette smuggling. he was last seen on quiche island off the coast of iran. the state department flatly deny he was working for the u.s. government. carol? >> in one of the signs that he was holding up, it said guantanamo. why do you suppose that
and two high school football players. we go now to susan candiotti for a closer look at the case as the two sides prepare for trial. >> welcome to stubenville. >> "the world is watching! the world is watching!" hundreds gathered outside the jefferson county courthouse saturday to expr ess their feelings about the alleged rape of an underaged girl at a series of back-to-school parties in august. with a rally cry that evil triumphs when good men do nothing, some protesters are urging that the two football players accused get no special treatment. however, steubenville city officials are defending the way the investigation has been handled. >> issue was unresponsive and let us be clear that they knew that she was strong.drunk however, this incriminating text message allegedly from the victim says " she said a texas says " i know that you did not read me ". >> to you have that text message? >> yes. >> this attorney will not confirm the possession of the text message. >> she will not know weather or not she was raped. she was unconscious. also, weather or not the defendants were tryin
utilities to heat their home since the storm struck. susan candiotti is joining us from staten island. you spoke with a resident there who still can't go home. is that a problem for many? i mean, what is life like for these people now? >> reporter: it is a problem for people here on staten island. you see that even now, a few months after superstorm sandy hit, there is still demolition work going on, removing debris. a lot of people, as you said, are still living in their homes without the basic necessities. some of them simply don't want to leave. they want to stay put among their own belongings. there are places that can get help while they're waiting repairs to begin. larry gonzalez has a problem at his house because he believes it should be demolished and is in an argument with the city that thinks it can be repaired. fema and the like. heating oil poured into the house when a storm surge came and filled his basement with like four feet of water. he's getting really frustrated. >> telling me, oh, it can be cleaned up. when i ask if they would bring their kids in here, they tell me noor
's susan candiotti is live with more. i think saying this is a delicate subject is totally understating it. >> reporter: oh, sure. and you know, we're beginning to hear a variety of opinions. first of many public hearings, forums here in newtown that will be held on this subject about the future of sandy hook elementary. we heard from a number of speakers including a lot of parents of sandy hook elementary, students who are going temporarily to another school. and some parents very passionately spoke about tearing down the school saying it's just hard, too frightening for the children to go back. and even for teachers, too. yet, other parents said, no, we should rebuild, put a memorial there as a sign of strength. strength that you see all over this town. this church lost nine of its youngest members at sandy hook. a vigil drew thousands that first night. and then there were the funerals. >> i was this far away from the families. it was palpable what they were going through. >> reporter: how well are people healing? >> there is still a lot of pain. a lot of grief. when it's going to go awa
after the office was raided in miami. susan candiotti is "outfront" with this story. what are you learning about this investigation? >> hi, erin. the allegations involve who paid for trips he took to a luxury resort in the dominican republic and who he may have met while there. prostitutes. he denies anything improper about the trips in question and denies he was with prostitutes. a florida eye doctor and his campaign contributor with whom the senator stayed is now under scrutiny with the fbi. dr. salmon's office has been swarming with fbi agents for the last two days. it's unclear why. the fbi has been carrying out boxes. the fbi will only say it is conducting quote law enforcement activities. it's unclear whether the fbi raids have anything to do with senator menendez. cnn has also learned in 2011, melvin was slapped with an $11 million tax lien by the irs. the doctor has not returned repeated calls from cnn. menendez acknowledges in a statement that he's flown on the doctor's corporate jet. the doctor has a vacation home at a lush seaside resort in the dominican republic. now,
for one of the accused. susan candiotti is in steubenville for us this morning. good morning. i know you're the one who spoke to this attorney and got the information about the text message. what can you tell us about it? >> randi, this is coming, again, from a lawyer for one of the alleged rapists, a juvenile, 16-year-old trenton mayes. his lawyer claims that his client received a text from the alleged victim, a 16-year-old girl in this case sent him a text message that read i know you didn't rape me. now he will not show us that text. and we also do not know whether other texts were sent earlier, later or -- this is the only one we would talk about. we're looking at this in a vacuum right now. however, of course, we immediately talked to the attorney for the alleged victim in this case to try to find out some answers. he said that he would not confirm this text, but he did point out that the evidence so far during preliminary hearings in this case, one including back in october, a probable cause hearing in which there was testimony that the young lady told police that she didn't rememb
-- that was not necessarily the case. susan candiotti has been speaking to folks on campus. do we have any more answers for this very strange story as to whether or not this girl ever actually existed? >> reporter: the only real answers we hope to get is when manti te'o finally decides to stay something and we don't know yet what that's going to be, but around campus, people still say this is a great guy, a role model for kids. we talked to a sports officer who said there was rumblings on campus way back in september when manti initially said that his girlfriend had died. there was a lot of talk about it back then. >> no one was really inquiring into this relationship status before. they didn't went wonder whou what was going or anything. when they -- a lot of news from the people around him, players and friends, the talk around campus that he had never actually met this girlfriend. so how substantial could that relationship be. >> reporter: the bottom line is, suzanne, everyone wants to hear directly from manti te'o. >> we know there were questions about this before, but we really didn't know about --
criminal possession of a weapon. susan candiotti is "outfront" with their story. >> it's not the kind of activity you'd expect in an apartment in a posh section of manhattan, but when police raided their apartment in greenwich village they found explosive material called hmtd and chemicals used to make it along with two shotguns, a flair gun, and high capacity magazines. >> hmtd is extremely volatile. and that's why the building was evacuated and -- put on note because of the ability of this to just go off at any given time. >> as shocking, the suspects come from successful families. aaron green's father is a successful business owner. morgan's dad is a well-known doctor who owns the building where the two lived rent free. green's lawyer declined to comment. a law enforcement source says the two met in rehab and that her family believes green was the instigator. what appears to have been going on? >> we're still trying to determine precisely what was going on. but obviously the biggest cause for concern was the explosive. >> hmtd is a signature al qaeda dom-making material. it was use
to be difficult for a lot of witnesses. >> absolutely. all right, susan candiotti, thank you. at 10:00 eastern, we will have more on the story. the crime, the investigation, role of the hacker active visit group and how social media has changed how crimes like this is prosecuted. and a woman who felt a crime was being covered up, and took to the internet. we are going in depth at 10:00 eastern. there's new outrage in india over a brutal gang rape and murder case, everyone as five suspects are set to appear before a fast track court on monday. police are denying alarming accusations from the victim's hand, he talked about what happened to him and his companion who later died from her injuries. >> reporter: from where we bored the bus, they took us through all of dehli and then they dropped us under a over pass, they tried to run us. we had no clothes and we were hoping someone would help us. we got no help for nearly 20 or 25 minutes. then, someone stopped and made a call for us. there were three police vehicles, they could not decide among thengzs which precintct had jurisdiction, they were gawkin
that cop in pulp fiction. >> they raped her quicker than mike tyson raped that girl. >> susan candiotti is out tonight. that are is horrific to lear. what is the defense saying? is there any evidence that might be involved? you know all the players? >> in terms of the defense, i had an opportunity to speak at great length for the defend ahoes. he raiseth the question that if prosecutors say that a rape da occur, that he said if there is possible evidence of that, that he plans to counterargue that if there was any evidence, he will challenge whether it is in fact con sensual. he denies anything that happens happened. >> so obviously what anybody knows about about b this, a high appropriation file group. >> this exploded on social media and authorities have to sift through all of this. anonymous saw what was happening and decided to post a lot of these things online, hack into some people's eemails, and put t out there so much the authorities are aware with it. there will be another protest on the courthouse steps about this this weekend. also raising the question of if the victim doesn'
the future of sandy hook elementary. drew? >> susan candiotti tonight in newtown, connecticut. so could we see congress take up legislation that will bana sought rifles? we're going to hear from the left and right about the chances such a proposal might have. >>> vice president biden's proposals to curb gun violence are supposed to deal with movies and it's going to deal with the assault weapons ban that has washington talking. the last ban didn't work anyway according to some studies. when i talked about it with with l.z. granderson, i asked if the push for a ban would be worth the effort. >> the thing about what vice president biden's going to unveil on tuesday is really interesting because there are three different conversations in my opinion that are happening regards to guns. the first conversation is about mass shootings and what are we going to do about that. the second conversation is about the shootings that happen every other day in our streets, particularly like in chicago. and then there's a conversation about the culture of guns and that's where the movie violence, the video g
>> and extraordinarily disturbing, i might add. susan candiotti, thank you. >>> i also want to talk more about this notion that people, some people, witnessed and not only did not dot right thing, they did some of the worst things imaginable. dr. drew pinsky joins us now along with rosalind who has been dealing with teen boys and our senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin. rosalind, let me begin with you. posting these things online, we have got to understand is that what it's looking like to me is that there's a lot of boys in this community who do not have faith in the adults, that they will do the right thing. they have taught them the basic necessities and rules of how you conduct yourself. >> and just to sort of dof tail off of that, dr. drew, jump in here. i know that you have a very strong opinion about alcohol and how that fuels the flames but let me tell you, alcohol has been around for a long time and this is one of those stories that sort of beats the rest. >> yes. we should all be disgusted and we should all be scared to death because here's what all of us that are parents are standin
, the community is reflecting on the tragedy there. cnn's national correspondent susan candiotti has more. >> reporter: good morning, randi. wounds are are fresh here in newtown, and yet the community continues to find ways to help each other heal. the touching memorials that we are all familiar with are gone, but they will serve a new purpose, toys and candles and much more are being mulched and preserved to become part of a permanent memorial one day. meanti meantime, a makeshift memorial marked by a american flag has been set up by one of newtown's main roads and we are asked to keep a respectful distance and we are. it is created by a local businessman, and it is a tent with lots of momentos from all over the world where people can come inside and reflect. today, a public meeting planned for future plans of sandy hook elementary. students a s ars are attending school now. and there is also going to be a debate on gun control where we are expected to see some relatives of sandy hook. randi? >>> the lottery winner 's body will be exhumed. his payout was $425,000, but he never got a penn
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 95 (some duplicates have been removed)